[Pray….Exercise Daily…..and Eat a Healthy Balanced Meal Everyday]
God still works miracles. Looking back into what was a true wake up
call made me realize my life in its total reality! Many in our world today
battle with heart disease, types of cancer, high blood pressure, diabetes,
and so many other thought provoking illnesses in our fast paced society
of prompt and right now environments. Nevertheless, we never really take
the time to think about the pressures of life that overshadows our every
intent to be in a frame of mind to change old habits that can deter our
physical bodies and minds into living unhealthy lifestyles. The time is now
to bring awareness to people all across the board who are suffering with
heart disease, and a constant battle to weed out the unhealthy things in our
lives that are so prevalent today. Because of so many in our world having to deal
with poverty, it makes it difficult to maybe eat the appropriate diets each day,
yet it is possible to plan each day to be cautious of what we do consume in
moderation. With this said, no one person has the monopoly on their own
life, because your life was bought with a price. “Jesus Paid It All!” Remember
that you as an individual have an opportunity right now to change old habits
and renew your faith in order to become the person you long to be with the
determination and commitment that lies within you to make a difference.
And, sometimes it may take you starting with yourself to have confidence
to see yourself moving forward into your desired destiny by completing the
test that came to take you out. On the other hand, this same test helped
you to apprehend starting over.
[“Be mindful, that each day you live is a gift, and you should never cease
from the benefits of opening up to newer and vibrant possibilities, cherish
your life to the utmost, and most of all, celebrate your life to the fullest, by
“changing the way you think, which mimics who you really are.”]
Angienewmuzicpromotingliteracy, Angela Booker, 2/24/15 11:32 a.m.
Statistics: Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women.
It is projected that over 79,400,000 Americans have one or more
forms of heart disease.